Woodmen!

The Woodmen of the World, an insurance company, boasted for many years of their policy of providing tombstones for deceased employees. These are common enough, but I thought it might be worth documenting the interesting variety I saw in the Albemarle region of North Carolina.

Figure 1. Charles E. Boswood monument, 1895. New Hollywood Cemetery, Elizabeth City, N.C. Photo: author.
Figure 2. Charles D. Weymouth monument, 1900. New Hollywood Cemetery, Elizabeth City, N.C. Photo: author.
Figure 3. F.W. Andrews monument, 1902. New Hollywood Cemetery, Elizabeth City, N.C. Photo: author.
Figure 4. Frederick Davis monument, 1917. New Hollywood Cemetery, Elizabeth City, N.C. Photo: author.
Figure 5. Samuel Henderson monument, 1918. New Hollywood Cemetery, Elizabeth City, N.C. Photo: author.
Figure 6. George W. Horton monument, 1938. New Hollywood Cemetery, Elizabeth City, N.C. Photo: author.
Figure 7. Eugene H. Peel monument, 1939. Manteo Cemetery, Manteo, N.C. Photo: author.
Figure 8. Peterson monument, undated. Manteo Cemetery, Manteo, N.C. Photo: author.

Published by gsb03632

A college professor living in Arlington, VA

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